Idaho colleges: Former BSU golfer qualifies for U.S. Amateur Public Links

STATESMAN STAFFJune 19, 2013 

Former Boise State golfer qualifies for Publinx Reigning Idaho Men's Amateur champion T.K. Kim, a native of Wailuku, Hawaii, won the 36-hole U.S. Amateur Public Links qualifier Tuesday at BanBury Golf Course in Eagle.

Kim shot rounds of 71 and 68 for a 1-over 139 total (par was lowered from 71 to 69 at BanBury). The U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship will be July 15-20 at Laurel Hill Golf Club in Lorton, Va.

Chris Reinke of Ashton is the first alternate, and Robbie Heithecker of Nampa is the second alternate.

IDAHO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL DRAWS GONZAGA IN PRESEASON WNIT: The opening-round game will be in Spokane at 6 p.m. on Nov. 8. Each team will play at least three games in the tournament, and the winner will face the Tennessee-Martin vs. Georgia State winner in the next round.

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